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nForcelan detects hardware, but still doesnt work.

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I've got a 780a nForce motherboard I'm trying to get working. I've got everything going besides built in ethernet, which is the MCP77 (Realtek 8211CL). I'm using the nForcelan 64.5 kexts with MSIenabled set to true and no forced MAC address. When booting the driver loads, detects the hardware, but doesn't get it assigned to en0 nor do I get any of the telltale "link" messages. configd throws a lot of info messages about ACPIPlatform expert looking for an interface, but nothing comes of it. I know this should work because of other builds I've seen with mavericks and 64.5 working, so it has to be something I'm missing. Any suggestions? 

 

Basic specs:

CPU: Phenom II x6 1090t

nForce 780a chipset

Geforce 670

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I have replied to your post regarding the above post in my OS X Mavericks topic.....:)

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